Moriyama House, Tokyo, Japan, 2005
The “Moriyama House” is a housing complex in a quiet Tokyo district that uses the Japanese concept of simple and minimal living. A white block building surrounded by a landscape of paths, courts, and niches unfolds, cascading unhindered on all sides into the public alleys of the district. With respective gardens; the landscape, city, and house become indistinguishable with the design of the gardens and interjacent pathways and all blend together with a hint of adventure and mysterious.
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‘Milking Mayfair’, Daphne Guinness by Nick Knight, 2013
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my dad thought the water looked like one of Van Gogh’s paintings
Detta ser ut som nära min skola
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Malgosia Bela photographed by Paola Kudacki for Vamp #2 F/W 2014
Our faces and identities as commercial products.
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